Maximum Impact Training | Large Group
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Large Group

RUN FASTER. INCREASE QUICKNESS. ENHANCE OVERALL ATHLETICISM.

 

Large Group Speed & Agility is popular with athletes who prefer to train with several friends or peers in a team-setting.

TRAINING OBJECTIVE

SPEED & QUICKNESS

Correct and Develop Sprinting and Movement Mechanics

AGILITY & POWER

Developing muscles & agility to their fullest potential.

SPORT-SPECIFIC SKILL DEVELOPMENT

Detailed training and strategy to rise above the competition and enhance college scholarship opportunities.

TRAINING GOALS 

Baseball & Softball

  • Increased Field & Court Speed
  • Improved Start and Stop Quickness

  • Increased Explosive Arm Strength

Volleyball

  • Improved Start & Stop Quickness
  • Increased Explosive Jump Power & Vertical
  • Increased Explosive Arm Strength

Soccer, Hockey & Lacrosse

  • Increased Linear & Circular Speed
  • Improved Change Of Direction Quickness
  • Increased Balance & Coordination

Basketball

  • Increased Court Speed & Quickness
  • Increased Game Endurance & Aerobic Capacity

STEPS TO START:

Step 1. Purchase an AAU Membership 

        ● Add MIT #WYWFWT to your membership affiliation
        ● Click Here or aausports.org ($14)
        ● Add membership # to MIT application 

Step 2. Click to Complete – Application

Step 3. Click Below to Purchase & Schedule Service Package. Choose Payment method of Cash, Check or Credit Upon Check-Out

Isaac 763-843-4219

ianderson@maximumimpacttraining.com

Speed & Quickness Training Schedule

 

WEIGHT TRAINING

MIT HOPKINS

110 Blake Road

(Under Football Stadium)

Tuesday 6:00 – 7:30 pm

Saturday 10:30 – 12:00 pm

SPEED & QUICKNESS

MIT BROOKLYN CENTER

6500 Humboldt Ave N.

(Recreation Center or Football Stadium)

Sunday 3:30 – 5:00 pm

LARGE GROUP OPTION

Trainer to athlete never exceeds 1:12

90 Minutes/per session

Large Group TrainingSessionsPricing Structure
90-Minute Large Group TrainingSingle Session$40
4 Sessions$150
8 Sessions$250
10 Sessions$300
Unlimited$350

IMPORTANT POLICIES

PAYMENTS & SCHEDULING POLICY

Payment: Due on or Before the Start of Your First Training Session (Purchased Packages DO NOT EXPIRE)

Scheduling: You must schedule all training’s via your MIT online account

Cancellation: You are required to Re-Schedule dates 8 hours prior to your training date. If you do not you will lose that day(s) credit. (NO REFUND OR CARRY OVER)

Monthly Membership Package: (Athletes can attend unlimited training sessions and offerings)

Payment: Due On or Before the Start of Your First Training Session (Expires on the last day of each month regardless of what date you started)

Scheduling: You are NOT required to schedule monthly training dates. You can drop in Large Group Training at any MIT location.

Maximum Impact Training YEAR-ROUND Speed & Agility Calendar

September to December

Off-Season Training

General Speed & Agility Training:

Thursdays – @MIT Minneapolis 2121 E Lake St
Sundays – 3:30 to 5:00 – @MIT Brooklyn Center

Strength & Weight Training:

Tuesdays – 6:30 to 8:00 & 10:30 to 12:00 – @MIT Hopkins – 110 Blake Road

January to April

Pre-Season Training

General Track Training:

Mondays – @MIT Minneapolis 2121 E Lake St
Thursday – @MIT Minneapolis 2121 E Lake St

Strength & Weight Training:

Tuesdays – 6:30 to 8:00 & 10:30 to 12:00 – @MIT Hopkins – 110 Blake Road

May to August

Summer TBD

In-Season Training

General Track Training:

Sundays – 3:3o to 5:00 @MIT Brooklyn Center

Strength & Weight Training:

Tuesdays – 6:30 to 8:00 & 10:30 to 12:00 – @MIT Hopkins – 110 Blake Road

Maximum Impact Training Fitness Profile

 

FALL SPORTSWINTER SPORTSSPRING SPORTS
Girls TennisNordic & Alpine SkiingTrack & Field
Soccer/SwimmingHockeySoftball
Cross CountryWrestlingBaseball
VolleyballGymnasticsLacrosse
FootballBasketballBoys Tennis
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In-Season 1-3 day/per weekPre-Season 3-4 days/weekOff-Season 4-6 days/per week
Sport Practice: HighSport Practice: MediumSport Practice: Low
Resistance Training: LowResistance Training: MediumResistance Training: High
"Maintenance""Sport & Movement Specific"Initially: "Hypertrophy & Muscular Endurance"
Later: "Strength & Power"
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Become StrongerGet Faster & QuickerJump Higher & Farther

Our goal is to provide you with a program that is safe, effective, and compatible with the physical needs of a student-athlete. Based on your fitness ability level and ability to process information quickly and proficiently use equipment will determine your time period per progression. The date at each period begins and ends may vary from season to season.

Phase 1Period 1Running Economy: Position Movement Purpose Sprinting Mechanics"Technique is the future to reach new levels"
Phase 2Period 2Motor Control & Muscular Re-education Flexibility & Mobility"Warm up is designed to stimulate neurological intent & Central Nervous System readiness"
Period 3Muscular Fitness & Agility: Strength & Power"We believe in developing muscles to their fullest potential"
Phase 3Period 4Sport-Specific Speed & Conditioning Combine or Camp Preparation"Teaching exercises that have greater transfer to sport"
Period 5Sport-Specific Skill Development"Teaching the skills to rise above the competition"
Period 4Period 6Active Recovery & Soft Tissue Work"Repair damage from work out"

NOTABLE CURRENT ATHLETES

Nambi Obiazort – US ARMY ALL American Prospect & FBS D1 Recruit

Eden Prairie High School Class of 2019

Trent Hollings – D1 Prospect

Minnetonka High School Class of 2019

NOTABLE MIT ALUMNI

Nehemiah Montegue – Indiana State University

Minnetonka Highs School Class of 2018

Sam Pickergin – University of Minnesota

Minnehaha High School Class of 2017

John Lager – Yale Bulldogs

Benhilde St. Margret High School Class of 2015

Vance Barnes – Mankato State University

Minnetonka High School Class of 2014

MIT Hopkins

110 Blake Road(Enter off Tyler Street & Excelsior)

(Football Stadium Athletic Facility/Room Beneath Stadium)

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MIT Brooklyn Center

650 Humboldt Ave N >Blue Recreation Center in Parking Lot of

Brooklyn Center High School

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MIT Minneapolis

2121 E Lake Street, YWCA Sports Center